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Midweek EPL Acca Tip – Tue 30th Nov – Thu 2nd Dec

We were just one goal away from adding another huge acca win to the one we landed in the Champions League last week as on Thursday night, I had three acca tips come in and I just needed Sociedad to earn a draw in Monaco, but they went down to a 2-1 defeat.

Still, I am not going to turn my nose up at a profit on the week of just over £190 and with another decent win earlier in the season, I reckon that I am just one more win away from ensuring a profit for the entire 2021-22 season.

Not bad going as we hit the end of November and head into the busy period of December and January!

That starts this week with a full selection of games on Matchday 14 in the Premier League taking place from Tuesday night through to Thursday night. There are some interesting matches taking place with Chelsea facing a trip to Watford, Man City heading to face Aston Villa while Liverpool take a trip across Stanley Park to face their city rivals Everton and ex-manager Rafa Benitez.

Then on Thursday we have a huge clash at Old Trafford as Manchester United, perhaps with Ralf Rangnick in charge, will take on a resurgent Arsenal side who have lost just once in their last 11 Premier League games in what could well be the game of the week.

The action starts though with an intriguing game at St James Park as Newcastle United seek to get their first win of the season under new boss Eddie Howe against a Norwich City side that have now jumped above them in the table on the back of two wins and a draw in their last three Premier League games.

It promises to be a big midweek and this is the acca I’ve put together for it. Remember to tune in on Saturday for my second EPL acca of the week!

Premier League Acca Tip – 30th November – 2nd December

    • 7:30
    • Tue - Leeds v Crystal Palace Away Win
    • 7:30
    • Wed - Southampton v Leicester Away Win
    • 7:30
    • Wed - Wolves v Burnley Home Win
    • 8:15
    • Thu - Man Utd v Arsenal Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 30th November

Leeds United v Crystal Palace – Away Win

Having watched Leeds United struggle to gain a point against Brighton, where they rode their luck a few times, I think that Marcelo Bielsa’s team are sorely missing a number of key players. Not only that, they don’t seem to be playing with the same verve and swagger that they did last season. Palace were beaten by Aston Villa at the weekend but played well and Patrick Vieira’s team are battle-hardened, especially in these types of games. The bookies reckon the home side have the advantage here, but my money is on Palace landing another key away day win.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 28th November

Southampton v Leicester City – Away Win

A few years back, Leicester City won this game 9-0, the first of two such drubbings Ralph Hasenhuttl has had as Saints boss. However, this game won’t be anywhere near as easy for the Foxes. I am a bit wary of backing them for the win here as despite two very good wins in their last two games, they have had false dawns like this several times this season already and then stumbled in their next game. Southampton are a tricky side, probably better than their league position suggests, but I think that Leicester will get on a roll here and pick up another win.

Wolves v Burnley – Home Win

Wolves secured a point away to Norwich at the weekend, but many Wolves fans may feel that this was two points lost rather than one gained. Burnley’s game with Spurs was postponed due to the snowy weather at Turf Moor and that may have given the Clarets a little extra time to recuperate ahead of this game. However, Wolves are in generally very good form at the moment and are proving tough to beat for most teams and at home at Molineux, I’d expect them to come away with the points here.

Manchester United v Arsenal – Away Win

This is probably the tip that will have most people thinking I have gone crazy, but there is a method in my madness here. Arsenal have not been beaten at Old Trafford in any of their last three visits. For me, Manchester United are a much better team when they play on the counter with pacy wide players and without Ronaldo. Will Ralf Rangnick come in and keep their Portuguese legend on the bench in his first game at Old Trafford? I think not and I think that benefits Arsenal hugely who will be able to pick United’s back line apart with the likes of Smith Rowe and Saka. It may be a single goal that decides it but if Ronaldo starts,as I think he will, I’d back Arsenal to land the win here.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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